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The Global Systems Laboratory of NOAA conducts world-class applied research.
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New research finds reduced observations from commercial aircraft impact regional weather model’s accuracy
National Weather Service says accuracy of official forecasts has not been affectedAircraft-based observations are one of the most important meteorological observation sources within the modern global observing system. Flight reductions related to the COVID-19 pandemic raised questions about whether the loss of meteorological observations from ai...
GSL Staff Profiles
I grew up in Wasilla, Alaska and after graduating high school and taking a gap year I discovered my passion for space. So, I moved to Dallas, Texas to pursue a degree in Ph...Learn More
Jonathan is a software engineer focused on developing modern, highly scalable systems to better serve the needs of weather scientists, forecasters, and the general public. ...Learn More
I am a senior scientist in Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) working for Earth Prediction Advancement Division (EPAD) in Global Systems...Learn More
My work focuses on chemical model development and coupling, as well as air quality predictions and studies. One of the primary developers leading the development of GEFS-...Learn More
My research mainly focuses on the land surface modeling, especially on the subgrid processes and snow processes. I have developed a stochastic subgrid snow model, the FPE...Learn More
The Global Systems Laboratory (GSL) of the Earth System Research Laboratories (ESRL)↗ conducts world-class applied research and directed development resulting in technology transfer of environmental data, models, products, and services that enhance environmental understanding with the outcome of supporting commerce, supporting National Weather Service (NWS)↗ in protecting life and property, and promoting a scientifically literate public.